Brainstorming — Why It Doesn’t (Always) Work
Tina Seelig

Wow! Thank you for writing these tips about brainstorming. I was gonna play devil’s advocate by presenting a challenging counterpoint about limiting the creative point behind brainstorming but the more I thought about your insightful tips I have to agree. There is some kind of structure to creativity. I guess I was getting my thoughts confused with unconscious writing of ideas, which I use as an exercise with artistic clients as a means to document their thoughts and ideas. This style of writing is more of a brain “dump” which becomes a reference for artists to mild their concepts into a cohesive composition. Anyway, before I randomly ramble some more, Tina: to loved your useful and insightful view on how to structure brainstorming. Look forward to trying some of these techniques out!

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